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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My dryer keeps saying Lint
try two things. first, run it empty without the lint filter installed. if it gives you the same error message, install the filter, but disconnect the flexible duct connected to the back of the dryer. try it again. if it still wont work, you will have to get it serviced and cleaned out. if it works with the ducting removed from the back, your dryer duct is clogged up. check your yellow pages for dryer duct cleaning. The lint filter error message is just your machines way of saying it is not getting enough air flow. It can be caused by a clogged duct also.
Posted on Nov 20, 2010
One is a thermal limiter that operates the heating element and the other is a moisture sensor.
Check to see that the door switch is operating properly with an ohmmeter (with the power disconnected, of course).
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
Below is a ''copy and paste'' of an answer I gave someone else:
If it is a gas dryer, there are two (round black colored) solenoid switches that control the gas flow. They go bad frequently, (and even more frequently when you buy cheap Chinese replacements). Replacing them is _very_ easy, and there is no danger of releasing gas while replacing them. (''Gas Control Solenoids''). The ''click'' you hear is the thermostat ''calling for'' the solenoids to turn on... the actual ''click'' is the ''igniter'' that would ignite the gas which is supplied by those solenoids. // Note: This problem usually shows itself with the dryer repeatedly re-igniting the gas during drying (i.e. ''lots of that ''clicking'' noise). Then, finally the solenoids die altogether and it never ignites even once. // In my opinion, this is the most common GAS dryer repair, and the easiest to repair. Each solenoid ''slides'' onto a post, and is removed the same way. // WARNING: the solenoid posts are a part of the ''GAS VALVE''. DO NOT remove any screws from the ''GAS VALVE''. ONLY remove the screw(s) on the bracket _above_ the solenoids (which is holding them in place). Once the ''hold-down'' bracket screws (sometimes just a ''hold-down'' screw... no ''bracket'' per say) are removed, the solenoids will pull right off of the posts, and replaced the same way. Just make sure you position them the same way; (i.e. ''make sure the connector for the wires are facing the same way as original''). // Ps... The full retail cost of a set of two is about $20 bucks, and as little as $5 bucks for the cheap Chinese replacements. Note: These _cannot_ ''leak'' gas. They work magnetically. They either work or they don't, but they do NOT ''leak gas'', including during removal. Just don't remove screws from the ''gas valve'' as I explained above.
Posted on Jan 01, 2015
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